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System Name: xsltxt
Name: XSLTXT - the XSLT compact form
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XSLTXT strips out a lot of the noise that comes with using XML for encoding XSLT. Instead it uses Python style indenting to express the nesting structure of statements. Together with some simple improvements in the way that template parameters can be expressed it makes it much easier to create and maintain stylesheets. However, the underlying semantics of the XSLT language have not been changed and both bidirectional conversion of stylesheets and direct processing of XSLTXT is possible. Take a look at the Homepage for some examples.

Registration Date: Thu 21 Feb 2002 03:18:56 AM UTC
License: GNU Lesser General Public License
Development Status: 5 - Production/Stable

 

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Support for xsltxt within ant
     posted by alexmoffat, Sun 03 Nov 2002 10:34:39 PM UTC - 0 replies

It's now possible to use xsltxt to transform files from within Ant. This can be done in two ways, by adding the processor attribute to a style task, or by using an xsltxt task as a replacement for the style task. More information available at http://www.zanthan.com/xsltxt/ant.html

Improved Files
     posted by alexmoffat, Sun 03 Nov 2002 10:30:34 PM UTC - 0 replies

There are now three files available.
xsltxt-src.tar.gz - source code
xsltxt-bin.jar.gz - jar file contaning only xsltxt code
xsltxt-bin-full.jar.gz - jar file containing xsltxt code plus all supporting libararies

New Binary Distribution
     posted by alexmoffat, Thu 31 Oct 2002 04:33:10 AM UTC - 0 replies

I've changed the files in the "Files" area to conform to the Savannah standards. I've also included in the "binary" file (xsltxt-bin.jar.gz) all of the code needed to run xsltxt in a standalone mode. This means it includes logj4, ...


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Improved Exception Messages
     posted by alexmoffat, Thu 31 Oct 2002 04:27:50 AM UTC - 0 replies

To make it easier to correct syntax errors in xsltxt files I've added location information to the SyntaxException. You should now get a line number and indent that is at least close to the location of the error when the syntax of the xsltxt file is incorrect. The actual syntax problems are detected by the xslt processor, not the xsltxt reader, so this system depends somewhat on the processor reporting problems soon after it is fed tokens.


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